Today we're offering you the chance to get the world's slimmest soundbar system, the Sharp HTSL70 for £148.
Ideal for 46 to 52 inch LCD-TVs, the HTSL70 delivers a powerful sound impression generated by several small front speaker chassis with total 50 Watts RMS and an external active subwoofer with 50 Watt RMS output power.
An 3D-Audio Return Channel (ARC) via HDMI-Terminal provides a realistic 3D-Sound when coupled with a 3D-Aquos-LCD-TV.
The soundbar fits easily into your system, with a variety of flexible settings such as wallmounting, placement in front of the TV or inside a rack.
The soundbar volume is adjusted by the TV volume control when connected via the headphone output terminal of any TV-Set. You can use your conventional TV remote control (all brands), to control the volume settings of the soundbar.
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